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by Janet Frame
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The autobiography of New Zealand author Janet Frame, dramatised for radio by Anita Sullivan.   Janet Frame was New Zealand's best known but least public author. The author of twelve novels, four story collections, one book of poetry and three volumes of autobiography, even at the height of her success Frame shunned publicity, which had the effect of making the media and her readership even more intrusively interested. Frame's story is extraordinary. As her biographer Michael King said,...
Topic: BBC Radio Drama
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by Sylvia Plath
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Sylvia Plath's haunting and only novel tells the story of Esther Greenwood, a talented girl with a prestigious internship on a magazine in New York in 1953. With dreams of becoming a writer and an impressive track record of scholarships and prizes, Esther seems to have it all - and knows she should be 'having the time of her life'. But between the cocktail parties and the piles of manuscripts, unsatisfactory men and the choices ahead, she finds herself spiralling into confusion and depression....
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Episode 1  Burn Gorman plays a detective investigating a brutal murder in 1980s London. He has little to go on except for the cassette diaries left by the victim. Fragments of his life, recorded at different times, punch through into the present, and supply the detective with elusive clues to the true nature of the man's fate. Episode 2  Through a series of encounters with the people who knew him alive, and through the cassette tapes he left behind, the detective builds up a picture of...
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by William Golding
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William Golding's classic story about a group of boys plane-wrecked on a deserted island. First published in 1954, William Golding's classic fable of mankind's capacity for good and evil is one of the masterpieces of 20th-century literature, so much so that has it long ago reached the status of a cultural referent. Judith Adams' four-part dramatisation captures the adventure, atmosphere and chilling undertones of Golding's tragic vision. Dramatised by Judith Adams, with Ruth Wilson narrating. ...
Topic: BBC Radio Drama
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by Albert Camus
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In Camus's classic existential novel Meursault refuses to pretend and is prepared to face alone the indifference of the universe.  Dramatised by John Retallack from the translation by Sandra Smith Directed by David Hunter Meursault - Alex Lanipekun Magistrate - Michael Bertenshaw Celeste - Arthur Hughes Chaplain - John Norton Prosecutor - Sean Murray Marie - Priyanga Burford Salamano - Sean Baker Raymond - Stephen Hogan Fifi - Sirine Saba Defence - David Seddon Nurse - Carys Eleri
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by Agatha Christie
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Ex-policeman Luke Fitzwilliam hears about a series of murders from a dotty old lady he meets on a train. Dramatised by Joy Wilkinson Episode 1 Ex-policeman Luke Fitzwilliam doesn't believe little old Miss Pinkerton when she tells him that she's off to Scotland Yard to report a serial killer on the loose in her quiet English village. But he's soon forced to reconsider. Episode 2 Luke Fitzwilliam can no longer believe that so many deaths in the tiny village of Wychwood-under-Ashe are a...
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by Philip Palmer
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30 years from now, Astronaut Kadian Giametti becomes the first human to walk on Mars. But on his return to Earth he wakes up in a quarantine cell from which he's not allowed to leave. Slowly Kadian learns the truth about what's happened on Earth while he's been away, and what he's brought back with him. Kadian - Edward Hogg Jenna - Amita Dhiri Directed by James Robinson A BBC Cymru Wales Production.
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by Don Webb
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Danny Marks arrives at a Military Research centre. He's a volunteer for speed reaction testing; trying to improve reaction times under duress. His mate Billy Rogers was on the same course, but he's gone missing. Has he just done a bunk? Or is it something more sinister. A dark, contemporary thriller by veteran TV writer Don Webb.  Marks - Lee Ingleby Joanie - Sue Kelly Dr Callard - Gillian Kearney Dr Ainsworth - Malcolm Raeburn Tasker - Jonathan Keeble Rogers - Greg Wood Produced and directed...
Topic: BBC Radio Drama
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John Thorndyke, barrister and doctor of medicine, possesses an armoury of skills that equip him as the first scientifically plausible "forensic" detective. R. Austin Freeman, his creator, was himself a medic with an extensive knowledge of forensic medicine, and the solutions to the puzzles are completely plausible. In fact the scientific detail and authenticity of Thorndyke's investigations go much further than anything in the Holmes stories, though Freeman was happy to acknowledge...
Topic: BBC Radio Reading
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by James M Cain
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Walter Huff has a good steady job in the insurance business and leads a quiet life. Then he meets and falls in love with Phyllis, an unhappily married woman, enquiring about accident insurance for her husband.They come up with a plan in which Phyllis's husband will die an unlikely death, by falling from a moving train. The 'accidental' nature of his demise will trigger the 'double indemnity' clause of the policy, forcing the insurance company to pay the widow twice the normal amount. The couple...
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by Robin Brooks & Robert Radcliffe
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In the spring of 1943, a group of Air Force officers began work on an ambitious plan to tunnel their way out of a German POW camp called Stalag Luft Three. A year later the tunnel was ready and seventy-six made their escape. All but three were recaptured, but fifty were then systematically executed on orders from German High Command. This much was made internationally famous by Hollywood in the film The Great Escape, which mixes a meticulous depiction of the tunnelling plan with highly...
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by Howard Barker
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Richard E Grant plays Chin, a banished poet, in Howard Barker's dark comedy set in ancient China. Chin has bought a bottomless well used by unhappy locals to end their troubles by throwing themselves in. His tiny industry is thriving. Then the beautiful Hasi appears. She seems disinclined to jump. And Chin begins to hope she won't... Chin - Richard E Grant Hasi - Francesca Annis Ghang - Michael Bertenshaw Mrs Hu - Jane Bertish Student - Arthur Hughes Composer - Errollyn Wallen Musician - Joseph...
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by Clara Glynn
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Episode 1 - One of the Lads Did sexist bullying drive a high flying police woman out of her job? An employment tribunal has to decide if she was treated unfairly.  Suzy, ferociously bright and driven, rose rapidly through the ranks in the male-dominated Metropolitan Police. Over the years she didn't just cope with the situation - she thrived on it. But after a move to East Yorkshire Police her career went into a downward spiral. Suzy claims sexist bullying drove her out of the job she loved....
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by Nick Hoare
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They have partners who are friends, children who are friends and friends who are friends. So Tom and Alice agree that their affair can never happen. Tom - David Seddon Alice - Priyanga Burford Jill - Susie Riddell Ben - Mark Bonnar Directed by David Hunter
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by Peter Whalley
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A chilling psychological mystery drama about identity, fraud and self belief A son tracks down his estranged father only to discover that someone has beaten him to it. A stranger has taken his identity and claims to be his Father's only son.   Laura -  Gillian Kearney Elaine -  Denise Black Produced and directed by Pauline Harris.
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by Mike Walker
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Rhona Forrester, a physicist in a sound laboratory, is persuaded by an old flame to restore some early wax cylinder recordings. But the voice that emerges begins to exert a malevolent influence. Liam - Jonjo O'Neill Miles Hautigan - Harry Hadden-Paton Feveral - Stephen Critchlow Ice Cream Seller - Laura Hyde Directed by John Taylor A Fiction Factory production for BBC Radio 4. Release date: 22 March 2013 45 minutes  Image by OpenClipart-Vectors & GeorgyGirl
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by Friedrich Durrenmatt
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Samantha Bond stars as a psychiatrist in this classic European farce by Friedrich Dürrenmatt about three theoretical physicists who believe they are Einstein, Newton and Möbius. They are locked in a lunatic asylum and each gets tangled in vicious murders. Amidst all the jokes is a real relationship between a scientist who may or may not be mad and his nurse who wants to save him.  The Physicists was first performed in 1962 at the height of the Cold War. The serious subject behind the farce...
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In The Lotos Effect, Linus Scott is a General Practitioner dealing with the normal range of ailments when he is called to the home of a young woman struggling with a recurring nightmare. But after a second teenager independently reports the same dream, something happens which moves events into a more sinister dimension. A man called Linus Scott, a woman called Alice Pyper and a remote East Coast village called Ait - these are the only ingredients of this returning series which remain constant....
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by Barbara Pym
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Barbara Pym's delightful comedy of rural relationships, set in 1950, about two women in pursuit of happiness Narrated by Penelope Wilton, starring Susie Blake and Emma Fielding. Episode 1  It's the 1950s, and Jane intends to do a better job as a vicar's wife when her husband moves to a new parish. Episode 2  A year after the death of his wife, Fabian permits a clear out. Jane is keen to satisfy her curiosity. Narrator - Penelope Wilton Prudence - Emma Fielding Jane - Susie Blake Canon...
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by Alastair Jessiman
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A journalist goes missing after building up a dossier on a powerful crime family. Thomas is brought in by police to investigate his disappearance. Thomas Soutar - Robin Laing DI Crawford - Simon Tait DS Gilhoolie - David Ireland DCI Waller - Lewis Howden Kat - Julie Duncanson Tyler - Alasdair Hankinson Liz - Lucy Hollis Other parts are played by the cast. Produced and directed by Bruce Young
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by Dermot Bolger
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Dublin, 2005, the height of the property boom. Alice and Frank long to move from their city terrace to a bungalow by the sea but with house prices constantly escalating how are they ever going to compete in the bidding wars? The solution comes from their neighbour, a property developer, who proposes a lucrative business opportunity. Is this proposition just too good an opportunity to turn down? With Dublin's property market soaring to dizzy heights, what could they possibly lose? Frank - Dermot...
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by Roy Williams
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The second series of Roy Williams' hard hitting dramas of modern crime. Critical acclaim for the first series included this, in the Spectator... He writes about the stuff you'd rather not know, prefer not to think about, pretend to ignore. But it lives on with you in the mind. It won't let you go. By his words, the sharp, brittle, spot-on dialogue, he forces you to recognise the limitations of your experience, your understanding. It's not the story outline that matters, but the...
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In The Abominable Man, Martin Beck is called in to work in the middle of the night to see the butchered body of a senior policeman. He begins to investigate, dogged by a sense that catastrophe is imminent and once again, his instinct is correct. Translator Thomas Teal Dramatised by Katie Hims  Narrator -  Lesley Sharp Narrator -  Nicholas Gleaves Martin Beck - teven Mackintosh Lennart Kollberg - Neil Pearson Gunvald Larsson - Ralph Ineson Einar Ronn -  Wayne Foskett Frederik Melander -...
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by Adam Ganz
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Under the Nazis, Michel Oppenheim - lawyer, patriot and porcelain collector - is made head of the Jewish community in Mainz. The minutes of his regular meetings with Gestapo functionary Schwoerer survive. Civilly, they discuss the pettiest details of Nazi terror and arrangements for the deportations east. Thanks to his non-Jewish, wife Oppenheim survives. Once the war ends, the tables are turned. Schwoerer begs Oppenheim for a testimonial, which could save him from a US war crimes trial and...
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Colonel Chris Hadfield has spent decades training as an astronaut and has logged nearly 4,000 hours in space. During this time he has broken into a Space Station with a Swiss army knife, been confronted by a live snake while piloting a plane, been temporarily blinded while clinging to the exterior of an orbiting spacecraft, and become a YouTube sensation with his performance of David Bowie's Space Oddity in space. The secret to Chris Hadfield's success, and survival, is an unconventional...
Topic: BBC Radio Reading
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by Clive Barker
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The Forbidden is a chilling, urban horror dramatised for radio by Duncan MacMillan. It's adapted from Clive Barker's original novella, first published in 1985 and the inspiration for the cult 1992 horror film, Candyman. The film was set in America, but the original short story was located in Britain, on a dilapidated council estate. This radio dramatisation takes it back to its roots: the story has been modernised, but set in a post-riot Britain, where materialism and greed are increasingly...
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Episode 1  - I Remember Yesterday By Val McDermid. The first of three brand new ghost stories from leading Scottish writers set in Edinburgh. Bestselling crime writer Val McDermid, whose Tony Hill detective novels were dramatised as TV series Wire in the Blood, kicks off our haunted Edinburgh tales. A young woman haunts 'the Serpent's Back' of The Royal Mile in Edinburgh, seeking revenge to the 70s strains of Donna Summer's song 'I Remember Yesterday'. Read by Hannah Donaldson Produced by...
Topic: BBC Radio Reading
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by Cat Jones
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Cat Jones was the winner of the 2011 Alfred Bradley Bursary Award with Glory Dazed. This is her first radio play. An up-and-coming detective who's a stickler for the rules has his certainties tested by the brutal realities of everyday prison life when he investigates the suicide of a young inmate. Why does this particular suicide warrant investigation at such a high level and who is really to blame for Hangdog's death? This gritty drama goes behind prison doors and looks at the unusual process...
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by Alastair Jessiman
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Thomas and Kat go on holiday to the Western Isles. But the psychic detective is soon drawn into a dangerous game with a celebrated actor. Thomas Soutar - Robin Laing Kat - Julie Duncanson Richie - Steven McNicoll Guy - Laurie Brown DI Crawford - Simon Tait Cameron - Haris Young Produced and directed by Bruce Young. 
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by Maj Sjöwall & Per Wahlöö
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The murder of a woman in a small village outside Malmö in Southern Sweden wouldn't normally warrant the attentions of Detective Inspector Martin Beck and his team. But this woman lived next door to a man who has already killed once, and the press are taking a lot of interest in the case. Beck and Kollberg aren't getting anywhere when a teenage shootout between two teenage boys and the police not far away starts a series of events that eventually leads them to the killer, and sets the seal on a...
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Steven Mackintosh as Martin Beck and Neil Pearson as Lennart Kollberg return for a second series of the Swedish detective stories that inspired a generation of crime writers. The Martin Beck books were written over ten years from 1965-75 by the Swedish husband and wife team of Maj Sjöwall & Per Wahlöö. They featured the dogged and complex figure of D.I. Martin Beck and his colleagues in the national Police Homicide Department in Stockholm, and were written to give a realistic,...
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by Maj Sjöwall & Per Wahlöö
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On his return to work after recuperating from a bullet wound in the chest, Martin Beck's first case is a conundrum: the body of a man who has been shot dead is discovered in a sealed room, but there is is no gun. Meanwhile, Kollberg and Larsson are on the trail of a pair of bank robbers. Translated by Paul Britten Austin Dramatised by Katie Hims Narrator - Lesley Sharp Narrator - Nicholas Gleaves Martin Beck - Steven Mackintosh Lennart Kollberg - Neil Pearson Gunvald Larsson - Ralph Ineson...
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by Maj Sjöwall & Per Wahlöö
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Martin Beck reluctantly takes on a security operation set up to protect a controversial American Senator from a terrorist attack whilst he is in Sweden on an official visit. Meanwhile, a young woman is accused of bank robbery. Translated by Joan Tate Dramatised by Katie Hims Narrator - Lesley Sharp Narrator - Nicholas Gleaves Martin Beck - Steven Mackintosh Kollberg - Neil Pearson Larsson - Ralph Ineson Einar Rönn - Wayne Foskett Frederik Melander - Adrian Scarborough Skacke - Sam Alexander...
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by Christopher Coake
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Thirty-something Mark Fife believes he has moved on from the accidental death of his young son Brendan and the subsequent break-up of his marriage. He's successful, in love again, and he thinks he's mastered his own memories at last. But when a strange woman tells him she believes her house is haunted by Brendan's ghost, his life is thrown into turmoil. Mark doesn't believe in ghosts, but his distressed ex-wife does, and he really wants to help her. So much so that he begins to doubt his own...
Topic: BBC Radio Reading
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by Virginia Gilbert
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Following his divorce, David lives alone with his twelve year-old daughter Helen. Clara, Helen's mother, has remarried Tom, a successful journalist. Helen sees them at weekends and for holidays. When Helen, seemingly out of the blue, makes a shocking and violent accusation against Tom, claiming he's molested her, it has devastating results for everyone involved. Helen is a powerful, contemporary drama about a family torn apart by anger, weakness and resentment. The play explores the damage we...
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by Algernon Blackwood
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Supernatural tales by English short story writer Algernon Blackwood Abridged by Robin Brooks. Read by Matthew Marsh Produced by Clive Brill Episode 1 - Keeping His Promise Marriott is cramming for an exam when he is disturbed by a late-night visitor, and an unexpected reminder of the past. It is an old school friend, but why is he so tired and so hungry? Episode 2 - The Land of Green Ginger Elderly novelist Mr Adam has been asked to describe what made him start to write. He recalls an...
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by W Somerset Maugham
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Somerset Maugham's classic play, with Sian Thomas and David Calder. Written in 1932 For Services Rendered is Somerset Maugham's incisive state-of-the-nation play - written fifteen years on from the end of WW1. Set in late summer 1932 in Kent, the Ardsley family seem to be managing their lives very well but in reality each of them is fighting for survival. The Ardsley children are facing unpromising futures: Ethel is married to a former officer who is not quite the man she hoped he'd be; Eva is...
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by Henrik Ibsen
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Henrik Ibsen's provocative tale of family secrets and lies, in a version adapted and directed by Richard Eyre originally produced for the Almeida Theatre, London, and then performed in New York. Helene Alving, a widow, is delighted that her son has returned home to Norway from his artist's life in Paris. The orphanage founded in her husband's name is about to open with the blessing of the local pastor, but there are family secrets and ghosts of the past beneath the surface of her ordered life...
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by Frances Iles
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Emilia Fox, Ben Caplan and Patricia Hodge star in a dramatisation of the novel that Alfred Hitchcock based his film, 'Suspicion' on. Set in the early 1930s, Emilia Fox plays the part of Lina - a girl in her latetwenties, from a wealthy family. In danger of becoming a spinster, life changes for the better when Lina meets Johnnie Aysgarth, a charming stranger who proposes marriage. Johnnie saves Lina from a boring life with her parents and whisks her off on an extravagant honeymoon. But on their...
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by Nick Walker
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Annika Strandhed is a leading light in the murder squad of the Oslo police. Her neuroses - and she has a few - are mostly hidden by a boisterous manner and a love of motor boats. And she thinks she's funny - although her colleagues aren't so sure. Commissioned specially for Radio 4, these three stories by Nick Walker introduce us to a new Scandinavian detective: not as astute as Sarah Lund or Saga Norén perhaps, but probably better company. Episode 1 : A Body Of Water A sound is a body of...
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by Michael Butt
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In a desperate bid for water, a city-state plagued by drought has instituted a system of so-called Gifts, a weekly lottery that leads to the sacrifice of its young men. But the Gifts aren't working, and when the man in charge of the system sees his son's number called up, his faith is sorely tested. Edmund - Nicholas Jones Kenny - Will Howard Marianne - Christine Absalom Shelley - Tracy Wiles Lucy - Amaka Okafor Minister - Sean Murray Mr Greene - Paul Stonehouse Mrs Greene - Philippa Stanton...
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by Ayeesha Menon
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Police detective serial set and recorded on location in Mumbai. This fast-paced, six-part police thriller follows Alia Khan, a young woman inspector in the Bandra Division of the Mumbai Police Force, as she attempts to solve a series of crimes, make sense of her troubled past and cope with being a woman in a male-dominated and chauvinistic police force. Episode 1  - Gutter Baby When a baby is rescued from a gutter, it falls on the only female police officer on hand, Alia Khan, to look after...
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by Stephen Grosz
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The world bedevils us. To make sense of it, we tell ourselves stories. In a series of short, vivid, dramatic tales, using psychoanalytic insight without psychoanalytic jargon, The Examined Life tracks thecollaborative journey of therapist and patient as they uncover the hidden feelings behind apparently ordinary behaviour patterns. Written with precision and insight, these case studies are all based on actual people. While factually true, they demonstrate a novelist's sense of an ending and...
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Frank Chambers, a young drifter in 1930s California, stops at a diner and is offered a job. The owner is Nick Papadakis, and his much younger, beautiful wife, Cora. There is immediate sexual chemistry between Frank and Cora, and they begin a passionate affair. Cora is tired of working at the diner, and of her husband, so they decide to murder Nick and start a new life together. The plan is to hit Nick over the head and make it look like he drowned in the bath. But the plan goes wrong, and soon...
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by Julian Simpson
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A single act of cyber-terrorism. A computer virus - incredibly advanced and coded in a language no one understands - is released onto the internet, encrypting every piece of information held on every system. All information is being held hostage. Alice Price is sent in to negotiate the safe return of the information before the world descends into chaos. But who are the terrorists and why have they asked for Price? Levine - Robert Glenister Daguero - Rufus Wright Pantalone - Tim McInnerny...
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by Julian Poidevin
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Psychological drama written by Julian Poidevin. Happy family life is disrupted when Tom's son Simon comes to stay. His arrival unearths the past, catalysing a chain of events that exposes old and new deceptions. Simon wants to fit in and be loved, Sophie wants to escape and be loved and Tom's second wife Lorna is forced to question the stability of her seemingly perfect home life.  Tom - Nicholas Gleaves Simon - Ashley Margolis Lorna - Sophie Thompson Sophie - Jessica Clark Dave - Nicholas...
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